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Bawumia is being forced on Ghanaians to cover up Akufo-Addo’s tracks – Mahama


Former President, John Dramani Mahama has restated his plea for Ghanaians not to be swayed into keeping the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in power come December 7, 2024.

Mahama accused Akufo-Addo administration of orchestrating efforts to pave the way for his Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, to assume presidency, aiming to shield themselves from the corruption allegations they face.

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In a live broadcast on social media dubbed ‘Mahama Conversations’ on Sunday, June 9, 2024, Mahama urged voters to elect him, promising to hold current government officials accountable for their alleged wrongdoings.

He pledged to conduct thorough investigations into corruption allegations, not sparing officials from his own government if found guilty.

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‘Mahama Conversations,’ urged Ghanaians to vote for him so that he would hold appointees of the current government accountable for all the wrongdoings they have committed.

“This change will also involve the most far-reaching and detailed investigation of the many allegations of corruption and scandals leveled against public officials and their families and friends.

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“This change will help prevent this administration’s plan to force the compliant vice president on us to cover up for them and evade accountability,” he said.

Mahama stressed that his administration would implement stringent anti-corruption measures, ensuring transparency and accountability across the board, regardless of political affiliation.

“But, as I have stated, this intense spotlight of accountability is not only for appointees of this administration.

“It will also be used to punish individuals in my own administration who engage in similar misconduct. The same anti-corruption measures and tools I will use to investigate and punish NPP government appointees will also apply to my own appointees. In essence, in Ghanaian terms, ‘the stick that is used on Techie will also be used on Barh’,” he noted.

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